A frail top palomino?
does anyone know of a old famous palomino i'm doing a project for school
Pegasus-from Greek mythology; some said he be a 'golden' winged horse
Nautical-grand prix jumper portrayed in Disney's documentary motion picture "The Horse With the Flying Tail"
*Add: Hollywood Jac 86 was a foundation quarter horse inducted into the NRHA hall of fame
Question Mark be a foundation quarter horse inducted into the PHBA hall of fame and was a ascendant maternal grandsire of race ROM horses.
Plaudit was an influential QH foundation sire inducted into the PHBA audience of fame.
Milkie-considered to be one of the foundation sires of palomino thoroughbreds
As stated, near was a popular television program in the '60's roughly a horse that would only talk to one person,Wilbur Post, the show be titled, "Mr Ed".
Everyone in town trial him and his name, but they didn't know mine.
Years later people asked me whether I was the girl that rode the Palomino from way back when.
OK, that's probably not what your looking for, but he be an awesome horse anyway.
No idea. I'm sorry
He was World Champion Quarter Horse racehorse in 1968 and 1970. I remember him race at Los Alamitos here in Southern California, and boy oh boy was he a stunner. Gorgeous horse.
Famous Quarter Horse race horse
World Champion in 1968 and 1970
Won 21 stakes
Mr. Ed, a palomino on TV; or Trigger, Roy Rogers' horse.
He's absolutely GORGEOUS tho!
Mister Ed! =D
take a look at the pic.
Also, Trigger be Roy Roger's horse
The Lone Ranger's horse was white.
Mister Ed, who was sired by a Quarter Horse stallion and out of an Arabian mare, contained by La Puente, CA. Starred in his own TV show in the early 1960's.
Cutter Bill, an AQHQ World Champion adjectives horse stallion owned by Rex Caulble in the 1960's.
Nautical "The Horse With The Flying Tail", the former cowpony who made it to the US Olympic Jumping team and won a gold decoration in 1959. Was a former cowpony named "Injun Joe" was going to be rendered because he jump every pen they put him in, even 7 ft high fences. He be the subject of a 1960 movie and it won the Academy Award for "Best Documentary Feature Film" in that year.
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The "hero" contained by Rustlers Rhapsody rode a palomino, but I can't remember his name. Same for the "hero" in Blazing Saddles.
Old Fred was an elderly palomino in the 1930s of unknown parentage that became one of the founding sires for the AQHA. Silvertone was a distinguished late 1930's palomino that was cleaning up in the western show world. At the 1940 Stock Horse show they fixed to award the #1 registration to the winner, and Wimpy (a sorrel) won, and Silvertone was second. Probably one of the few shows that Silvertone didn't win.
Lots of foremost palominos in AQHA history (sorry, I'm a QH person).